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Grace Fidlschuster

Associate


Why choose me

Working in Private Client law means I can connect with clients on a personal level and provide a trusted and professional service during times of uncertainty but also help my clients plan effectively for the future.

I also enjoy the technical challenges that come with this area of law, whether that involves drafting complex wills or navigating a tricky probate process efficiently. Offering tailored advice to my clients so they can make fully-informed decisions, I work with individuals, married couples, young and blended families, and older and vulnerable clients. I can also work with your existing contacts – be that accountants and financial advisors, executors, trustees and business owners to ensure a seamless service is provided.

My specialisms include administration of estates, wills and codicils, deeds of variation, deeds of gift, lasting powers of attorney and inheritance tax planning.

Working in Private Client law means I can connect with clients on a personal level and provide a trusted and professional service during times of uncertainty but also help my clients plan effectively for the future.

I also enjoy the technical challenges that come with this area of law, whether that involves drafting complex wills or navigating a tricky probate process efficiently. Offering tailored advice to my clients so they can make fully-informed decisions, I work with individuals, married couples, young and blended families, and older and vulnerable clients. I can also work with your existing contacts – be that accountants and financial advisors, executors, trustees and business owners to ensure a seamless service is provided.

My specialisms include administration of estates, wills and codicils, deeds of variation, deeds of gift, lasting powers of attorney and inheritance tax planning.

Questions my clients ask me

Straightforward online applications, once submitted to the Probate Registry, will typically take eight to 16 weeks to be granted and issued, but ultimately this time frame depends on the Probate Registry itself.

Absolutely, you or your loved ones may become unstuck without one if left too late.

Typically, registering the death and obtaining a death certificate will be the first step, carried out within the first five days.

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